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APS Membership Boosted by Student Sign-ups
New student members pushed APS’s membership numbers to a new record.
Bouchet Award Winner Followed a Parental Path to Science
Luz Martinez-Miranda of the University of Maryland wins this year’s Edward A. Bouchet Award.
New APS Education Fellow Goes to Washington
After years of work, APS sends the first person in its newly established education fellowship to work at the Department of Education.
In Memoriam: Fred Kavli (1927–2013)
Physicist, inventor and philanthropist Fred Kavli passed away in November at the age of 86.
Goeppert-Mayer Awardee Loved High School Physics
Ana Maria Rey of JILA wins this year’s Maria Goeppert Mayer Award.
Nuclear Physics Prize Reaches Fundraising Goal
The new Herman Feshbach Prize for theoretical nuclear physics was awarded to its first recipient.
Historic Site: IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
APS recognizes the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center as an APS Historic Site.
All Sorted Out
Physicists gather to carry out the task of sorting abstracts for the 2014 April Meeting.
Physics Newsmakers of 2013
The Envelope Please...
Members in the Media
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This Month in Physics History
February 1932: James Chadwick’s Letter to Nature on the Neutron
A column on programs related to diversity
Profiles In Versatility
Physicists in Sports Deserve a Gold Medal
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Detecting the Dark
A column on educational programs and publications
Inside the Beltway
The American Dream Unwound! and Restored?
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